The UCD Maths Support Centre is a free dropin service for all UCD students.
Timetable
The MSC tutors are all experienced tutors and also tutor for the UCD School of Mathematical Sciences. To find out more about any individual tutor, including their maths and stats strengths, simply click on their name from the MSC timetable below.
Maths Support Centre @ Library Link  

Monday 14th Sep  Wednesday 16th Dec 2015 

Opening Hours 
Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 
10.00  14.00  Daniel Maths & ACM * 10.0011.00 
Niamh Maths & ACM * 10.0012.00 
Patrick Maths & ACM 10.0013.00 
David Maths 10.0012.00 
Ellen Maths * 10.0012.00 
Padhraic Maths & ACM 10.0013.00 
Emma Stats 10.0013.00 
Emma Stats 10.0013.00 
Padhraic Maths & ACM 10.0013.00 
Victor Maths 10.0012.00 

Luke Maths & ACM 10.0013.30 
Nuala Maths & Stats 10.0013.00 
Padhraic Maths & ACM 10.0014.00 
Anthony Maths 10.0014.00 
Rowland Maths, Stats & ACM 11.3013.30 

Joe Maths 11.0014.00 
Chris Kav Maths & ACM 11.0014.00 
Owen Maths, Stats & ACM 11.0014.00 

Daniel Maths & ACM * 12.0014.00 

13.00  14.00  Maths Support  unless there is a Library Support @ Lunchtime session  
14.00  17.00  Padhraic Maths & ACM 14.0017.00 
Melanie Maths & Stats 14.0016.00 
Chris Kenn Maths & Stats * 14.0016.00 
Alan Stats 14.0016.00 
Open Study Space 
Luke Maths & ACM 14.0017.00 
Rowland Maths, Stats & ACM 14.0016.00 
Patrick Maths & ACM 14.0017.00 
Padhraic Maths & ACM 14.0017.00 

Victor Maths 14.0017.00 
Cesar Maths 14.0017.00 
Victor Maths 14.0017.00 
Cesar Maths 14.0017.00 

Victor Maths 14.0017.00 

Brendan Maths & ACM 14.0017.00 
Katie Maths * 15.0017.00 

16.00  17.30  Anthony Access Only E2.18 in Sci. E. 
Catherine Access Only E2.18 in Sci. E. 
* Denotes that these tutors can only help with First Year students.
A larger version of this timetable can be downloaded here: PDF version of the MSC timetable.
User's Guide  How to get the best from your MSC session
1. Log in to the MSC database by typing your student number into the log in computer.
2. Note down your 3letter code, this is your place in the queue.
3. Take a seat and prepare your question for the tutor; this may mean opening Blackboard on your laptop or
taking out your physical notes.
4. Listen for the tutor to call your code and raise your hand when it's called.
5. While you are waiting for the tutor to see you use this time to articulate exactly what it is you are having an issue with
and perhaps try Googling it or checking out the video or sheet resources in the MSC.
Here is a document which gives more details about the MSC: MSC Advert.
Maths Support Centre Video